“Beauty has an Address…….” Howth Golf Club on Leadingcourses.com
5 Time “Open” Champion, James Braid Designed Golf Course in Dublin, Ireland………….
Howth Golf Club/Course is a Google top 5 rated golf course in Dublin. It is situated in one of the most idyllic and unique settings amidst the Hill of Howth – 5 miles from Dublin. Howth Golf course offers spectacular views over Dublin Bay, South towards Wicklow and North over the islands of Ireland’s Eye and Lambay as far as the Cooley and Mourne Mountains. The golf course/club is very near Dublin, only 20 minutes away from the City centre by car and 20 minutes from Dublin airport. Howth is a true Heathland links Course situated a stones throw away from Dublin City offering visitors discounted online tee times and green fees and is consistently the best rated golf course experience in Dublin, Ireland. Howth is a must play for any golfer visiting Dublin.
2020 Green Fees available to BOOK NOW. TaylorMade M6 Club Hire Available
Founded in Dublin circa 1916 the Heathland links style course was designed by the renowned golfer and course architect James Braid, a 5 times winner of “The Open” Golf Championship & boasts 14 top 10 Open finishes, who can count the design of the prestigious Kings and Queens Courses at Gleneagles amongst his greatest achievements. James was well known for including dog leg design golf holes in his course designs and the 5th hole in particular is an excellent example of how he blended a great golf hole into the unique Howth Heathers. The exceptional views from the 16th tee are worthy of mention in any golf guide. (“Take the Tour”)
Howth Golf Club/Course, is a top Google 5 Rated Golf Course in Dublin and is a perfect blend of old and new. Traditional and modern trends have helped maintain the character of the golf course originally envisaged by James Braid “a special place to play golf” and we are sure he would be proud of the course today. Out of all the top golf courses in Dublin, be sure to pick Howth on your next visit, it’s quite magical – “Best Golf in Dublin – Paul La Mont”.le536b5f7f321b98c9.html